NFL owners scramble to find a solution to the Chargers’ stadium issues in San Diego, the Aztecs start the season 0-2 in the conference after another road loss, Tiger Woods is ready to make his return at Torrey Pines, and more.
Chargers running back and impending free agent Danny Woodhead discusses the team’s injuries, Mike McCoy and if he wants to return in 2017; Brandon Flowers discusses a
San Diego and the Chargers turn to the NFL for financial help that could keep the team from move to Los Angeles, San Diego State struggles without Malik Pope, the Raiders try to change their identity before the playoffs, Padres’ first All-Star passes away, and more.
The NFL owners ratify a Los Angeles deal between the Rams and Chargers while Commissioner Roger Goodell criticizes San Diego and Oakland for not putting forward viable stadium plans. Also, Bruce Arena to make his U.S. Soccer debut (again) in San Diego, a new CBA in the NBA, a questionable future for Brandon Flowers with the Chargers, and more.
The San Diego Chargers drop to 4-6 heading into the bye week after a late loss to the Miami Dolphins, the San Diego Padres lose SP Colin Rea for the entire season to Tommy John surgery, the SDSU Aztecs continue their football winning streak, and more.
The San Diego Chargers delay their next stadium move until after the season, the San Diego Padres draw interest in 3B Yangervis Solarte, a preview of USA vs. Mexico World Cup Qualifier, the evolution of Chargers RB Melvin Gordon, and more.
Chargers QB Philip Rivers on why it starts with the Ndamukong Suh and the Dolphins front seven; Brandon Flowers on Miami’s well-balanced offense and how the Bolts
Melvin Gordon’s big day helps the Chargers avoid another late loss, Chargers alumni come out in support of a “Yes on C” vote, the Raiders shake up the AFC West with a dominant win over the Broncos, a bad road trip for the San Diego Gulls, and more.
Melvin Gordon discusses his career day against the Tennessee Titans and doing so in front of the great LaDainian Tomlinson; Melvin Ingram, Joey Bosa and Brandon Flowers on
The San Diego Chargers have already dealt with a large number of season-ending injuries this year. Branden Oliver, Keenan Allen, Danny Woodhead, Stevie Johnson, Donovan